If you added your child as a dependent on your dental insurance, it’s important to know that they can’t stay on your plan forever. Let’s take a look at how long your child can remain on your dental plan and what options are available once they reach that certain age.
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As you get older, dental health becomes increasingly important because it can significantly impact your overall wellbeing. If you’re 65 or older, you’re eligible for Medicare, but you may be wondering if they provide dental plans for seniors. We’re here to help answer key questions about your options for Medicare dental plans.
A dental emergency is never fun, especially if you're without dental insurance. When looking for dental insurance, you'll notice the term "waiting period," which can often be a roadblock for many people trying to get immediate dental treatment. We'll explain what a waiting period is and how it works.
When you’re a freelancer, you need dental and health insurance just like your fellow nine-to-fivers, but without a set paycheck, you might not feel super confident that you can pay for dental and/or health insurance.
Healthy smiles aren’t just about looking great in selfies or having fresh breath. DentalPlans.com provides dental insurance alternatives and affordable dental insurance for students. Find out how to get smart about your smile and affordable dental care for college students.
Anyone might feel a bit wary about purchasing healthcare - or anything else - online, especially on the tails of Healthcare.gov’s October launch. The press has been all over the site’s myriad of problems, and rightfully so. Issues such as outages, security, privacy, availability, and uncertainty about future coverage have haunted countless Americans.
Most dental insurance plans do cover these sorts of treatments at 80% of the cost. You also don’t get coverage for root canals, crowns, bridges, dentures or orthodontics. Typically, dental insurance covers 50% of the cost of these services (20% for braces).
There are times when we all need extra dental coverage. The kids (or you) may need braces, or your dentist may tell you that you require treatment that will exceed your dental insurance plan’s annual coverage limit. You can choose to get a supplemental dental insurance policy, or a dental savings plan.